Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Monday, July 21, 2014
Today I want to share a quick tutorial for creating this delightful accordion fold paper garland. It's simple to make and easy to coordinate with your party theme. I love bright neon colors for summer and used Ultra Brite Hue papers from JAM Paper & Envelope.
Friday, June 27, 2014
Sunday, June 22, 2014
I recently got around to pruning my houseplants. My pothos was especially lanky and ended up having a major "haircut". Looking down at the pile of cuttings, and hating to throw them away, I thought it would be a great opportunity to root them and try my hand at kokedama. Kokedama, which translates to moss ball, is a traditional Japanese garden art form. Forgoing the pot, plants are grown in a ball of soil that is covered with moss and wrapped with string. Kokedama can be displayed on a stand or plate, or suspended to create gorgeous string gardens.
As it turned out, kokedama are easier to make than I imagined they would be. It's a great project for those on a budget because the cuttings are free and there are no expensive flower pots to buy. And if you are lucky enough to have moss growing in your yard, it costs next to nothing!
Read on to learn what it takes to make this simple and fun gardening project...